The Conjugation of the Day (2010-04-05)

The Conjugation of the Day (2010-04-05)


The Conjugation of the Day ..... Imperative Mood

Note: The imperative mood expresses direct commands, requests, and prohibitions. In many circumstances, using the imperative mood may sound blunt or even rude, so it is often used with care

These are the rules:

Everyday the most voted conjugation (or more elaborated) will receive the prize to the best answer.

Please, do not forget to be generous with your voting...Thanks

updated ABR 21, 2010
posted by Carlos-F
are we also supposed to include the opposite of the command, like don't smoke (no fumen?) - a_butter, ABR 21, 2010
There is no restriction. You can answer with the affirmative, negative or interrogative form... - Carlos-F, ABR 21, 2010

19 Answers


Verb: Practicar / To practice

Pronoun To practice Practicar
I / Yo ---- ----
You / Tú practice practica
He-She / Él-Ella practice practique
We / Nosotroslet's practice practiquemos
You / Vosotros practice practicad
They / Ellos practice practiquen

Practiquemos este ejercicio de la conjugación para mejorar nuestra gramática.

Let's pratice this conjugation exercise to improve our grammar.

updated ABR 5, 2010
posted by Krama
Very good... - Carlos-F, ABR 5, 2010


you/tu trust f

he, she el, ella trust fiefíe

we, nosotros lets trust fiemos

you,vosotros trust fiad

they, ellos trust fienfíen

Fíe el gobierno con fe de ciego.

Trust the government with blind faith.

updated ABR 6, 2010
edited by eastside
posted by eastside
Fíe en el gobierno con fe ciega... (I'm respecting your sentence, but isn't a common Spanish form of expression...) - Carlos-F, ABR 6, 2010
I must work on accents. I don't understand what you mean. I don't believe this statement but it is how many people believe. - eastside, ABR 6, 2010
Pronoun English Verb  Spanish Verb
I / Yo ..english..   ..spanish.. 
You / Tú tell   di, no digas
He-She / Él-Ella tell  diga 
We / Nosotros tell  digamos
You / Vosotros tell   decid, no digáis
They / Ellos tell  digan

¡No me digas que estoy retrasado!

Don't tell me that I'm too late!

updated ABR 6, 2010
edited by estudiante9871
posted by estudiante9871
....estoy muy atrasado (or retrasado)! - Carlos-F, ABR 6, 2010
Pronoun English Verb Spanish Verb
I / Yo
You / Tú stay quédate
He-She / Él-Ellastay quédese.
We / Nosotros/asLet´s stay quedémonos
You / Vosotros/as stay quedaos
They / Ellos/as stay quédense.

Quedarse To remain/stay (yourself)

No te quedes demasiado tiempo en la fiesta! Don´t stay too long at the party!

updated ABR 6, 2010
edited by caza
posted by caza
....tiempo EN la .... - Carlos-F, ABR 6, 2010
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